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It’s squishy, ugly and nearly rotten or, to give it the term that doesn’t make it sound quite so bad, bletted. Medlar is an old fruit…

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For those whose have yet to discover this culinary gold mine, Moro is a vivacious blend of North African and Spanish cuisine with flavours that swirl around…

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The Alhambra in Granada has long occupied a romanticised dreamy corner of my imagination; an exotic part of Spain that epitomised the country’s lengthy…

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In Andalusia the Alhambra stands at the pinnacle of Moorish architecture, whilst in the north the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela was and still is a…

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This is a rural getaway for people who want to enjoy Andalucian country living combined with good food and fine local wines in a setting that could…

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A Whistle-Stop Tour of Granada

On January 7, 2013 By

Granada, the great city of the Moors where the centuries have fashioned the architecture and culture with Romanesque, Moorish, Jewish, Gypsy and…

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Listen carefully, I’m going to teach you a magic trick that will wow your friends and have your taste buds calling for an encore.

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In the mouth the light, golden pastry melts into the creamy fried egg yolk before the fiery harissa paste kicks in, tempered by the salty anchovy and rounded off with the peppery coriander. It’s fried egg, Jim, but not as we know it.

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